Book Exposes New Zealand’s Cover-up of Possible War Crime in Afghanistan

New Zealand — recently ranked as the least corrupt country in the world by the Transparency Index’s Corruptions Perception Index, as well as famously ranked as the world’s second most peaceful country last year — has a dark and hidden secret of its own.

A New Zealand soldier stands guard as an elderly man rides a donkey north west of Kabul, Afghanistan, Oct. 5, 2006. (AP/Musadeq Sadeq)

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND (Analysis) -- According to the BBC, there are some 40 countries involved in the current NATO mission in Afghanistan, currently known as “Resolute Support.” In other words, approximately one-fifth of the world’s countries have deployed troops to this war-torn nation. Yet, after a decade and a half of war, success in Afghanistan

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Unsealed: CIA Memos Provide Shocking ‘Salt Pit’ Black Site Details

Newly released documents capture internal high-level CIA discussions revealing a cover-up in action.

This photo depicting two people, appearing to be bound, was released the by Department of Defense as part of a long-running ACLU lawsuit relating to prisoner abuse on February 5, 2015.

A new batch of 274 CIA documents connected with Bush-era torture has just been made public as a result of a lawsuit brought by families of victims. Contained in the documents are newly unearthed details on the CIA's "black site" program which reached its peak under Bush's 'War on Terror' as well as shocking details revealing how the agency

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Chicago Cover-Up Deepens As 80 Minutes Of Footage Confirmed Missing

‘You can say it’s corruption and cover-up, but at the end of the day, without a culture of white supremacy, things like this wouldn’t be real.’

Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke leaves the Cook County Jail after posting bond on Monday, Nov. 30, 2015, in Chicago. Van Dyke has been locked up since Nov. 24, when prosecutors charged him with first-degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

Chicago's cover-up scandal is deepening after city officials were forced to release additional surveillance footage of the deadly shooting of 17-year-old African American Laquan McDonald by a white officer—and it showed an unexplained 80-minute gap covering the time the teenager was killed. The missing footage aligns with the account of Jay

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